Jeremy Nicholas makes serious stuff entertaining and engaging

Keeping audiences awake since 1994

Keynote Speaker

Jeremy speaks on the international stage about communicating with impact. He shares with business audiences the secrets of how to pitch better using techniques from TV, radio and storytelling. Despite having a terrible singing voice he knows how to nail the ‘perfect pitch’.


Jeremy is laugh-out-loud funny but never swears onstage. It must be all that BBC training.
Corporate bookers swear by him for their events. He performed his one man shows ‘What Are You Talking About?’ and ‘After Dinner Stories’ at the Edinburgh Festivals Fringe 2018 and 2019.

MC & Awards Host

Jeremy gets booked to host the big awards shows and business conferences where they want someone with gravitas who’s also funny; a club comedian might be a loose cannon, while a news presenter could be a bit too sensible.

After Dinner Speaker

A regular on the after-dinner circuit, Jeremy has eaten more hot dinners than you’ve had hot dinners. Funny stories from TV and radio are always popular and he has a critically acclaimed one man show ‘After Dinner Stores From My Disastrous Broadcasting Career’.

A Million Tips on Public Speaking - Volume 1

You can download a free copy of Jeremy’s book on public speaking here. This will also subscribe you to Talking Toolbox, his weekly free newsletter of tips for speakers. If you’d just like the book you can unsubscribe from the newsletter, but it’s highly regarded among corporate, professional and public speakers across the globe.

Book Jeremy for your next event

If you’ve read down this far it probably means you’re interested in Jeremy Nicholas for an upcoming event. Perhaps you’ve heard that he’s very good, funny or just competitively priced? Whatever the reason, you can book him here.

A Million Tips on Public Speaking - Volume 1

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